Health Needs Assessment Following the Syrian Crisis 2014

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This health assessment was conducted in March 2014 by Premium Urgenece Aide Medicale International (PU-AMI) to evaluate the unmet needs of Syrian refugees and vulnerable host communities in the Zarqa governorate as well as to tailor PU-AMI health interventions in Jordan. With the support of the Ministry of Health (MoH), the assessment used a combination of data collection methods to assess the needs, demands and response to the health and well-being of the refugees in order to construct a comprehensive picture of the gaps in health provisions as part of the humanitarian response. The assessment intends to inform the definition of PU-AMI health and psychosocial integrated approach in Jordan as well as support comprehensive and continuous intervention in the provision of health care through MoH primary care level facilities at the community level.

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